The 407 Elixir is an original concept car full of styling innovations and outstanding engineering that gives visitors to the show a glimpse of how future Peugeot models might look. The styling is both dynamic and elegant with an appreciably long front end and elegant rear proportions.
Thanks to a combination of pure, clean lines, the body has ‘fluid’ design that combines a very steeply inclined windscreen with a glass roof – a feature now synonymous with the Peugeot brand. At the front a wide "mouth" is surrounded by chrome-plated beading and beautifully integrated headlamps.
At the back, the dynamic design is enhanced by twin exhausts, LED-type rear lights and an opening rear window accommodated in a relatively upright tailgate.
The 407 Elixir is designed to seat four people in comfort. The doors open to reveal an interior with no partition or rear parcel shelf, housing four identical, adjustable seats.
The 407 Elixir is welcoming and user-friendly with ‘dual zone’ automatic air conditioning and satellite navigation displayed on a 7", 16/9 colour screen.
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